Finding the courage to say speak out

Every single one of us have been in an odd situation where the two of us had to make a quick decision, but late yesterday afternoon, I was in a single of those situations.

I was sent out to see a client of mine who was having a bit of trouble with the gas furnace.

It was a routine afternoon & a very routine, minor problem. I left the office & headed straight for the address. It took me about 30 minutes to make the 13 mile drive, however most of that time I was sitting in traffic. At least I got to groove to our number one radio station, which only comes in unbelievably well on this side of town. The radio tower signal is about 50 miles away, so I am on the outside section of its range. When I arrived to the customer’s address, I parked in the driveway & proceeded to walk up to the front door. As soon as I got close to the porch, a woman opened the door & closed it hastily. She snapped at me that they no longer needed someone to help with the gas furnace. She looked very odd & she appeared to be in distress. I did not want to ask a bunch of personal questions, but I did inquire if she was particular that she did not need any help with the gas furnace. About a heartbeat later, a unquestionably big girl opened the door & told me to get off the property. I had an easily terrible feeling, but I did not know what to do. I decided to leave the driveway. I called the cops when I got outside of the town. I don’t know if that was the right decision, but I have no regrets.
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